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SilverScript Medicare Part D Pharmacy and Formulary Search


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SilverScript Medicare Part D Pharmacy and Formulary Search
Published on 2015-10-15 18:03:30Category: Pharmacies & Providers

Question: What drug stores accept the SilverScript Medicare Part D prescription drug plans?

Most Medicare Part D plans are accepted by over 50,000+ pharmacies across the country.

However, if you are looking for a specific pharmacy or would like to see the pharmacies in your area that accept this SilverScript Medicare Part D plans, you can use the SilverScript pharmacy search tool found here:  http://www.silverscript.com/pharmacy-locator.aspx

To begin, you can choose the "SilverScript Choice Pharmacy Network" button or the "SilverScript Plus Pharmacy Network" button - depending on the Medicare Part D plan you are considering.

Next, you can either enter your Zip Code or Address, and also search by the name of your pharmacy.

For instance, if you enter our local Saint Augustine, Florida ZIP Code of 32084, leave the radius to the default value of "5 miles", and click on the "Search" button, you will see a map of the Saint Augustine area and a list of network pharmacies that includes: Walgreens, Winn-Dixie, Publix, and CVS.

If you are viewing the SilverScript Choice Pharmacy Network, you will notice that there are no preferred pharmacies.

However, if you are viewing the SilverScript Plus Pharmacy Network, you will notice that there are preferred pharmacies.

On the SilverScript website, you will see a star next to preferred pharmacies.  For instance, in our example, the CVS pharmacy is shown as a “preferred” pharmacy and so your SilverScript Plus Medicare Part D plan co-payments may be lower at this pharmacy.

On the SilverScript website, you will see a graphical "star" next to preferred pharmacies.

For instance, in our 32080 ZIP example, the CVS pharmacy and Walgreen's pharmacy are shown as a “preferred” pharmacies and so your SilverScript Plus Medicare Part D plan co-payments may be lower at these pharmacies.

To learn more, you can speak to SilverScript Member Services representative about preferred pharmacy pricing:  1-866-362-6212 (TTY users call 1-866-552-6288 for additional information).

You can read more about preferred network pharmacies here: "What is the difference between 2016 Preferred Network Pharmacies and Network Pharmacies?"  https://q1medicare.com/q1group/MedicareAdvantagePartD/Blog.php?blog_id=432

For a Medicare Part D formulary search, the SilverScript drug search tool can be found on the homepage (upper right corner) and you can begin by clicking on the "Rx Drug Search and Pricing" link and entering your ZIP: http://www.silverscript.com/


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